Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering

The Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Penn State University offers undergraduate degrees in Agricultural Systems Management and Biological Engineering, and graduate degrees in Agricultural and Biological Engineering.

ABE News

ABE Department faculty take leadership roles in first international conference on The Science of Drawdown recently held at Penn State
September 19, 2019
Leading scientific experts and researchers from around the world participated in a critical discussion about the most innovative and promising climate change solutions and upcoming research.
Assistant/Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering Safety and Health for Agricultural and Biorenewable Industries
September 16, 2019
This position is endowed under the title “Nationwide Insurance Professor of Agricultural Safety & Health”. Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2019.
Growing technology: Gadgets can help farmers prosper
September 3, 2019
Drones and robots collect agricultural data for specialty crops such as fruits, which could predict and enhance yields, said Dana Choi, an assistant professor at the Penn State Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
Tom Richard is honored as ASABE Fellow
August 19, 2019
Tom Richard with ASABE President Maury Salz and fellow faculty member Heather Gall at the ASABE's 2019 Annual International Meeting Fellow ceremony.
Penn State biorenewable systems students climb to new heights in sustainability
August 15, 2019
Colin Geary and Nelson DiBiase, biorenewable systems majors in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences, successfully created a prototype of a fully compostable climbing hold.